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The Many Faces of Shalom - a Panel Discussion

The Many Faces of Shalom - a Panel Discussion

Thu Sep 22, 2022

The Many Faces of Shalom - a Panel Discussion

Time Thu Sep 22 2022 at 07:00 pm to 08:30 pm

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“No more wars no more bloodshed. Peace unto you. Shalom salaam forever.” — Menachem Begin

Drawn to the Hebrew word Shalom for its broader definition of peace Eremos seeks to support people in responding to the uncertainty and challenges in our lives with the inward sense of completeness or wholeness shalom offers. As we embody more and more of the essence of shalom over time we can then begin to behold the Divine no matter what is unfolding around us and act with love and compassion.

Seemingly elusive in these divisive and unsettling time we invite you to join us for an evening immersed in shalom through powerful stories and experiences of what shalom means to three people with vastly different cultural experiences: Rabbi Neil Blumofe Michelle Ami Reyes Ph.D. and Simone Talma FlowersLearn how they embrace its potential right now.

Leave with inspiration for living into the promise of shalom in your unique way and affirmation of the underlying love and compassion that support us on our journey to shalom.

Our esteemed panelists include:

Rabbi Neil Blumofe

Honored to lead the Unshakeable Agudas Achim community — especially in these challenging times Rabbi Blumofe believes that days of flourishing are still before us as we continue to learn and share experiences with each other take care of each other and discover the power and abiding strength of sacred community. A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary (Rabbinical School Cantorial School and Graduate School) and of the Academy for Jewish Religion – California (Rabbinical School) Rabbi Blumofe also teaches rabbinical and cantorial students studying at Academy for Jewish Religion (NY) and those studying for their degrees in Divinity at Austin Seminary and The Seminary of the Southwest. Actively involved in civic life in Austin he serves on multiple Boards and regularly convenes conversations and evenings of jazz — exploring identity heritage and meaning — connecting Judaism spirituality and African American traditions all within the storied history of the United States. Father of three children Rabbi Blumofe and his wife reside in Austin TX.

Simone Talma Flowers

Executive Director of the Interfaith Action of Central Texas (iACT) Simone holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Business Administration from St. Edward’s University. Raised in Trinidad she is passionate about her work with iACT: “Every day we touch lives we change lives simply by reaching out and connecting with people letting them know how important they are and how much they matter.” She has over 24 years of extensive experience in non-profit management and has served on numerous Boards including as President of St. James’ Episcopal School Senior Warden at St. James’ Episcopal Church Board Treasurer for Urban Roots Farm Board member of Community Advancement Network (CAN) Secretary of the Ecumenical and Interreligious Leaders Network and Chair of St. Edwards Alumni Association. Simone resides in Austin and is married to the Honorable Wilford Flowers.

Michelle Ami Reyes Ph.D.

A second-generation Indian American author speaker and activist Dr. Reyes serves as the Vice President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative and the Scholar in Residence at Hope Community Church a minority-led multicultural church in East Austin that her husband Aaron and she co-planted. Author of Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures and the co-author of The Race-Wise Family: Ten Postures to Becoming Households of Healing and Hope Dr. Reyes is passionate about breaking cycles of injustice in our country and helping inspire and equip the next generation to live out their callings at the intersection of their faith and culture. She lives in Austin TX with her husband and two children.

This 90-minute inspiring conversation will include time for questions from the audience. Join us for this enriching experience as we come together for 


Hosted and moderated by Dianna Amorde Executive Director of Eremos.

“God’s Shalom peace involves inevitable righteousness justice wholesomeness fullness of life participation in decision making goodness laughter joy compassion sharing and reconciliation.” 

— Desmond Tutu

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